It was on December 22, 1864, that Abraham Lincoln received a gift from Union General William T. Sherman, following his arrival in Savannah.
7 Things to do in Savannah with Dad Updated Jun 14, 2018 Savannah Dream Vacation Rentals has the vacation rental home where dad will love to stay for Father’s Day 2018. Oh dad! You’re always there for us. We know it, you know it. Let’s get you out of the house! If your dad […]
Almost exactly forty years after the death of Tomochichi, an immigrant from Europe gave his life fighting to recapture our city from the British in the Siege of Savannah. Johann Wilhelm Gasper died on October 9, 1779 in the failed attack. How he became Sergeant William Jasper, and the story of his heroism leading up […]
Looking forward to your next vacation in Savannah? We can’t wait for your trip to the “Hostess City”! Visitors to Savannah have tons of beautiful spaces, historic buildings (haunted or otherwise), parks, squares, and hidden gems to explore. A city as old and historic as Savannah also has many monuments within her borders, and the […]
Chatham Artillery Punch: A powerful concoction, a 200 year old tradition. We have our own drink recipe, and like everything else in Savannah, it’s historic.
Savannah has become a vacation mecca, famous for her history, architecture, and 22 park-like squares. Perhaps the most picturesque, and certainly most famous, is Monterey Square. Unique in Georgia for surviving Sherman’s March, Savannah’s original buildings, trees, and heritage, were spared the fires of Sherman’s Revenge in 1864. Had events gone differently, and Savannah burned, […]
Things to do in Savannah: Explore Bonaventure and Greenwich Cemeteries Published Jun 22, 2017 Visitors to Savannah won’t regret exploring Bonaventure Cemetery and her sister Greenwich Cemetery. Two of the most beautiful cemeteries in the South, on any list of things to do in Savannah should be to wander their oaks and discover their secrets. […]